How does media corruption work? In this instance, the Courier blog has given no Republican Runoff Election coverage whatsoever in order to protect the “establishment” candidates

Conroe, May 22 – How does media corruption work? In this instance, the Courier blog, the vestige of what many years ago was a great local newspaper, has given no Republican Runoff Election coverage whatsoever. Here’s the plan for the “establishment”: If you make sure that turnout is as low as possible, then the people […]

Voters have clear choice between reform candidates versus pro-taxation establishment but the latter have the advantage going into today’s Republican Runoff Election

Voters have clear choice between reform candidates versus pro-taxation establishment but the latter have the advantage going into today’s Republican Runoff Election

Image: Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark (right), a reformer with the strongest conservative voting record on the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, fights for his job today in the May 22 Republican Runoff Election, while his wife Kelly Osborn Clark (left) leads the volunteer effort for her husband. Conroe, Magnolia, and New Caney, May 22 […]

Sad Welsh “We Are Seven” grave analogizes the loss of hope, just as the May 22 Montgomery County Commissioners Court’s agenda does the same

Conroe, May 21 – Tomorrow’s meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court is analogous to the tragically-sad “We Are Seven” grave at Conwy Parish Cemetery in North Wales, adjacent to the St. Mary and All Saints Church. The “We Are Seven” grave represents the loss of hope when children die. It’s believed that seven children […]

In Tuesday’s Republican Runoff, voters have chance to bring an end to the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians (with only one vestige left)

In Tuesday’s Republican Runoff, voters have chance to bring an end to the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians (with only one vestige left)

Image: Corrupt local political consultant Marc Davenport (left) and his most longstanding client James Metts (right). Montgomery County, May 21 – On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, Montgomery County voters have the opportunity to bring an almost complete end to the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians who follow the direction of corrupt local political boss Marc […]

Commissioner candidate Parker picks up major backers Nancy Purvis Farmer and Chester Farmer

Magnolia, May 20 – Gregory Parker, the candidate for Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner who his challenging beleaguered incumbent Charlie Riley, has picked up a pair of major supporters and financial backers, Nancy Purvis Farmer and her husband Chester Farmer. The Farmers have contributed a total of $5,000 to Parker’s campaign for County Commissioner, including […]

Nepotism, dirty politics step in to control Building Maintenance Department Director selection

Nepotism, dirty politics step in to control Building Maintenance Department Director selection

Image: Precinct 3 Community Center Director Jeanie Stewart (left) and her husband Timothy Stewart (right), the heir apparent to the Montgomery County Building Maintenance Department, which operates as a family business and will continue to do so under Stewart. Conroe, May 20 – Dirty politics and nepotism have taken over the process to select the […]

Riley’s lies about his plan to put major road through middle of Jones State Forest getting (a lot) worse

Riley’s lies about his plan to put major road through middle of Jones State Forest getting (a lot) worse

Montgomery County Commissioners Precinct 2, May 19 – Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley has taken it upon himself to post signs around the County announcing that some “THEY ARE LYING TO YOU.” Riley is having his Bill Clintonesque “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” moment, because what Riley is trying […]

BREAKING NEWS! Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Candidate Gregory Parker announces what will happen during his first 90 days in office

“My First Ninety Days as Your Precinct 2 County Commissioner” By Gregory Parker, Candidate for Precinct 2 County Commissioner The first 90 days of a newly elected official’s term can set the stage for the following 3 plus years. While there are numerous issues that need to be addressed, listed are just a few that […]

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